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A celebration of the life and work of David Foster Wallace - SOLD OUT

Friday 15th April 2011 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event

A celebration of the life and work of David Foster Wallace on the publication of The Pale King, with Literary Agent Bonnie Nadell and Editor Michael Pietsch, and readings from Catherine O'Flynn and Paul Murray

April sees the eagerly anticipated, worldwide publication of David Foster Wallace's The Pale King.

In celebration and in homage, we've assembled a panel of speakers who knew and worked with Wallace throughout his career. New Statesman literary editor Jonathan Derbyshire will speak with Wallace's lifetime agent and literary executor Bonnie Nadell, and Michael Pietsch, his American editor responsible for readying both Infinite Jest and The Pale King for publication.

Authors Paul Murray and Catherine O'Flynn will read excerpts from David Foster Wallace's work, with further authors to be confirmed.

Join us as we discuss the work of and raise a glass to this most influential, admired and loved of contemporary writers.

 

The Gallery at Foyles, Third Floor
Tickets: SOLD OUT!

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